Sisters: Avant-garde horror story buckles under weight of its own strangeness

Daisy Johnson’s second novel plays with language endlessly in an attempt to convey grief in an original way, but can’t quite pull it off

6th September, 2020
Sisters: Avant-garde horror story buckles under weight of its own strangeness
Daisy Johnson is generous with detail but evasive with plot in her second novel Sisters

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